Private Arthur William Bullock, MM.
9th Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Awarded the Military Medal in the London Gazette of 23 August 1916. Bullcock was a native of Burnley, Lancashire, living at the time of enlistment in Nelson, Lancashire.
The Burnley Express of 12 August 1916 reported
Medal for gallantry on the 1 July 1916, "1st day of the Somme". Killed in action on the 9 April 1917.
The brother of the above; 56144 Gunner Herbert Bullock of 2 Battery, 103rd Brigade, RFA was killed in action on the 24 November 1915 trying to rescue a comrade and was recommended for the DCM, however he does not appear to have received any reward for his act of gallantry. He is buried in Sailly-sur-la-Lys Canadian Cemetery, France.
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